Purchasing Card

The card that lets you streamline and enhance your purchasing process

U.S. Bank Purchasing Card

Supply chain optimization is critical to the success of today’s business, so it’s more important than ever to streamline your purchasing process and boost efficiency.

The U.S. Bank Purchasing Card can help by significantly reducing the time and cost associated with traditional labor-intensive, paper-based purchasing systems.

  • Streamline purchasing
  • Empower supply chain management strategies
  • Reduce processing costs

You can even choose to embed the U.S. Bank Purchasing Card into eProcurement systems or integrate it with ERPs and financial systems.

Contact your U.S. Bank Relationship Manager to learn more about putting the power of the U.S. Bank Purchasing Card to work for you.

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